Protesters in China rally against Covid restrictions.
China's Lockdown Protests
Thousands take to the streets in China to protest against Xi Jinping’s Covid lockdown restrictions.
Adam is joined by John Simpson, the BBC’s world affairs editor and Kerry Allen, the BBC’s China media analyst to discuss what’s happening, what it’s like to be arrested as a journalist in China, and whether state media there is censoring images of maskless fans at the World Cup.
I’m a Celebrity campmate and TV presenter Scarlette Douglas reveals what it was like living with Matt Hancock in the jungle.
This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Chris Flynn with Madeleine Drury, Miranda Slade and Emma Jacobs. The technical producer was Ben Andrews and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Strikes, Nurses, Action
The largest nursing strike in NHS history is set to go ahead in December.
Adam is joined by the BBC's Hugh Pym and Newscaster (and former NHS nurse) Ruth Harrison to discuss why staff are walking out.
The World Cup is in full swing and Piers Morgan joins Adam from Qatar to talk about the fall out around his interview with Cristiano Ronaldo.
And Historian Dan Snow presents: The History Of Newscast
This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Chris Flynn with Amy Elizabeth, Cordelia Hemming and Kahdra Salad. The technical producer was Michael Regaard and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
As net UK migration hits its highest ever yearly figure at 504,000, Labour MP Diane Abbott is in the studio to talk about her party’s attitude to more people coming to the country.
Also, Douglas Ross, leader of the Scottish Conservative party, joins Adam and Chris, after a court blocked a bid for a second independence referendum.
And Europe editor Katya Adler talks about her recent trip to a major gas pipeline between Russia and Europe, after it was blown up.
This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and the BBC’s political editor Chris Mason. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
The Scottish government loses its case for a second independence referendum. Scotland Editor James Cook and Newsnight’s Kirsty Wark are in Edinburgh. They join Adam and Chris to assess what Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister of Scotland, might do next.
Also on the podcast - the head of the RMT union, Mick Lynch. He explains why there are more rail strikes coming down the track and reveals what he’s going to say to the transport secretary at their first meeting.
And what is happening with Manchester United? Fan (and Today programme presenter), Nick Robinson, takes Adam through the latest twists and turns.
This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and made by Chris Flynn with Amy Elizabeth and Cordelia Hemming. The technical producer was Emma Crowe and the assistant editor was Louisa Lewis.
The Strike Before Christmas
Rail passengers face disruption in the festive period. Adam talks it through with Chris, who is travelling on a train from Birmingham, where he was quizzing the Labour leader on his immigration policy. Madeleine Sumption, from the Migration Advisory Committee, climbs aboard too and assesses how Labour's approach could work.
And the Newscast World Cup sweepstake intensifies after the tournament sees some surprising results. We chat to Steve Crossman, from the World Cup Daily Podcast.
This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and made by Sam Bonham with Amy Elizabeth, Chris Flynn and Cordelia Hemming. The technical producer was Emma Crowe and the editor was Jonathan Aspinwall.
Post-match political analysis from the Newscast line-up.
As the World Cup opens in Qatar, Adam is joined by a line-up of correspondents to analyse events on and (mainly) off the pitch.
Jack Murley, host of the BBC’s LGBT Sport podcast, talks about the decision for England and Wales not to wear the OneLove armband promoting diversity and inclusivity.
5 Live’s Rick Edwards, who went to the England game in Qatar, gives us his first impressions of how supporters are experiencing the tournament. And the BBC's Marianna Spring, who has been investigating claims of “fake fans”, explains why we should keep an open mind.
The BBC's Chris Mason and Faisal Islam also reflect on politics closer to home with renewed arguments over immigration and Brexit coming out of the Autumn Statement.
Today’s Newscast made by Danny Wittenberg with Cordelia Hemming and Miranda Slade. The technical producer was Emma Crowe and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Love the banter
Great chemistry between the team. Always informative.
Entertaining and informative
I was very surprised.